Sky Blues On The Road - Queens Park Rangers
SUNDAY JANUARY 23RD AT 1.15PM
AT LOFTUS ROAD STADIUM,SOUTH AFRICA ROAD,SHEPHERDS BUSH,LONDON,W12 7PA
Kick off at 1.15pm and the game is live on Sky Sports 1 and HD1.
Club Coach leaves Ricoh Arena at 9.45am and costs £18.
From North M1 onto A406 West, then A40 at Hanger Lane to Central London. Turn off to White City, right into Wood Lane, then right into South Africa Road.
From East A40(M)Westway, then turn off to White City, left into Wood Lane, then right into South Africa Road.
From South A3 follow signs for Hammersmith, then A219 to Shepherds Bush, then towards White City (Wood Lane), and left into South Africa Road.
From West M4 to Chiswick, A315 and A402 to Shepherds Bush, then towards White City (Wood Lane), and left into South Africa Road.
By train: Acton Central Station, then bus.
By bus: 283 to Bloemfontein Road 72, 95, 220 to White City Station.
By tube: White City (Central Line) or Shepherds Bush (Hammersmith & City Line)
Coventry City have been selling tickets in the Silver Tier (Upper) are priced at £25 for adults and £15 for Senior Citizens (Over 60) and fans aged under 21 (proof maybe required). Under 8's tickets are free but must be accompanied by an adult. Please note Under 8's tickets are not available online.
There are a limited number of wheelchair disabled tickets and ambulant disabled tickets available priced at £12 for wheelchair using tickets and £15 for ambulant disabled tickets, both with personal assistant going free of charge. Disabled tickets can only be bought through the Ticket office at the Ricoh Arena in person or by calling 0844 873 1883.
Tickets in the Gold Tier are priced at £30 for adults and £20 for Senior Citizens (Over 60) and fans aged under 21 (proof maybe required).
THE LAST TIME
This will be the 108th time that the teams have met in league and cup matches. The Sky Blues have won on 44 occasions with 28 draws and have scored 177 goals compared to QPR's 137.
Last season, City drew 2-2 at Loftus Road. Leon Best put City ahead only for Jay Simpson and Akos Buzsaky to put the West Londoners 2-1 up before Richard Wood earned a draw in a cracking game with nine minutes left in front of a crowd of 13,712.
The teams that day were:
Coventry Westwood, Wright (sent off 84), Wood, Barnett, van Aanholt (Clarke 72), Bell (Eastwood 74), Cork, Gunnarsson (Madine 79), McIndoe, Morrison, Best SNU Ireland, McPake, Cranie,
QPR Cerny, Leigertwood, F.Hall, Connolly, Borrowdale, Faurlin, Buzsaky, Taarabt (Reid 79), Watson, Routledge, Simpson SNU Williams, Ramage, Pellicori, Agyemang, McWeeny, Gorkss
The currently appointed referee for Coventry City's Championship game at QPR on Sunday is Mark Haywood from West Yorkshire.
The father of four daughters, Mark started refereeing in 1993 after moaning at work to a colleague who was a referee about refereeing decisions he had seen over a weekend. He was eventually challenged to have a go and reached the National List of assistant referees in 2002. Four seasons later, he was promoted to the National List of Referees.
Mr Haywood has had 21 matches so far this season including seven Championship matches which also include QPR's 2-2 draw at Derby. His last game was on Monday night when he was in charge of the Brentford V Exeter JPT game. So far this season he has shown 36 yellow cards and one red.
His last City game was the 1-0 home defeat to Hartlepool in the League Cup in August 2009 and his only previous match was the 2-0 FA Cup home win over Kidderminster Harriers in January 2009,
The Assistants are Glenn Hambling from Norfolk & Harry Lennard from East Sussex. The Fourth Official is Darren Sheldrake from Surrey.
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